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Croatia, Island of Brac, U.Luka Konoba Pipo
Croatia

This beautiful bay is located on the northeast coast of the croation island of Brac, near Split. There is a little restaurant, called "Konoba Pipo" with great seafood.

Copyright: Ernst Michalek
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Taken: 08/06/2009
Uploaded: 02/01/2011
Updated: 22/09/2014
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Tags: croatia; kroatien; brac; konoba; pipo; uvala luka
  • Martin Wiegand 4 months ago
    Hallo Herr Michalek, ich vermute, Sie waren mit dem Boot in der Konoba Pipo auf Brac. Wir sind in der nächsten Woche in der Gegend unterwegs. Daher ein paar Fragen: Ist die Bucht bei Bora sicher? Wie viele Schiffe passen an den Anleger? Wie sind die Waschgelegenheiten? Wie ist das Pries/Leistungsverhältnis im Restaurant? Danke für eine zeitnahe Beantwortung und freundliche Grüße, Martin Wiegand
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